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Slay Queen Declared Wanted for Drug Trafficking

The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has issued a wanted notice for Ms. Aderinoye Queen Christmas, also known as Ms. Queen Oluwadamilola Aderinoye. This declaration follows her alleged evasion of arrest during a raid conducted by NDLEA operatives on her residence in Oral Estate, Lekki, Lagos.

Femi Babafemi, the Director of Media & Advocacy at NDLEA Headquarters in Abuja, disclosed that the search at the Lagos-based slay queen’s residence was based on credible intelligence indicating her involvement in illicit substance trafficking. During the operation, NDLEA officials seized 606 grams of Canadian Loud, a synthetic strain of cannabis, along with an electronic weighing scale, drug packaging materials, and a black RAV 4 SUV with license plate Lagos KSF 872 GQ.

In addition to the raid on Ms. Aderinoye’s residence, NDLEA operatives made significant arrests related to international drug trafficking activities. Sunday Michael Owoborode, aged 52, and Valentine Anene were apprehended in Edu Orita, Ogun state, where Anene was allegedly preparing to travel to Qatar with narcotics. The operatives confiscated 1.8kg of cannabis, an electronic weighing scale, and other illicit substances from the suspects.

In a separate operation in Lagos, NDLEA operatives arrested Sunday Adediran, 50, after discovering 20kg of cannabis sativa in his residence in Mushin Olosha. The NDLEA continues to strengthen its War Against Drug Abuse (WADA) campaign nationwide, conducting advocacy lectures in schools and communities across Nigeria, including Adamawa, Ogun, Lagos, Oyo, Katsina, and Anambra states.

Brig. Gen. Mohamed Buba Marwa (Retd), the Chairman/Chief Executive Officer of NDLEA, commended the officers and men across various NDLEA commands for their exceptional performance in combating drug trafficking and intensifying WADA advocacy programs.

The NDLEA urges individuals with information regarding the whereabouts of Ms. Aderinoye Queen Christmas to come forward and assist in her apprehension, emphasizing the agency’s unwavering commitment to combating drug abuse and trafficking in Nigeria.

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